What will the healthcare system look like in 2030?
2 December 2016
The Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS Committee discuss what a 'fit for purpose' healthcare system looks like in 2030 and how this will be delivered.
- Parliament TV: Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS (morning session)
- Parliament TV: Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS (afternoon session)
- Select Committee on the Long-Term Sustainability of the NHS
Tuesday 6 December, Committee Room 1, Palace of Westminster
- Chris Wormald, Permanent Secretary, Department of Health
- Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Scientific Officer, Department of Health
- Jim Mackey, Chief Executive of NHS Improvement
- Sir Mike Richards, Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Care Quality Commission
- Jackie Smith, Chief Executive, NMC
- Professor Terrence Stephenson, Chair, GMC
- Baroness Cavendish of Little Venice
- The Rt Hon Lord Darzi of Denham
- Sir Cyril Chantler, Former Chair of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, the King's Fund and the UCL Partners academic health science network
Tuesday 6 December, Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster
- Robert Chote, Chairman, Office for Budget Responsibility
Questions to the witnesses include:
- What assessment has been made of the likely changes in England's demography and the burden of disease over the longer-term, and what impact will these changes have on the health and social care systems by 2030?
- Does the current system of centralised regulation support a sustainable NHS?
- What impact is the lack of a social care settlement having on the sustainability of the health services?
- How can the Government accommodate a growth in health spending?